Poor time-stopped Downton! Trapped in its own bubble while, all around, change speeds ahead like Toad of Toad Hall...
What a difference a week makes! This time last week we were bemoaning the lack of incident, but this week it’s all kicking off.
In the next episode of Julian Fellowes' period drama, a wounded officer comes to Downton to recuperate and unsettles everything.
In the next episode of Julian Fellowes' period drama, Matthew and William are back at the frontline and Cora is busy running Downton at the expense of Lord Grantham.
It’s cheating the viewer to be so cheesy, because Downton Abbey isn’t just a programme we watch – it’s a programme we love.
Predicting what Torchwood will do next has never been easy. So, what would our recipe be for a potential Series 5?
In the next episode of Julian Fellowes' period drama, preparations are underway for a concert at Downton, to keep spirits up among the convalescing men.
Downton Abbey has played this cat and mouse game with us so many times before that we no longer know what’s misdirection and what’s just saggy plotting.
From the soft grainy film sequences to one of the spookiest title sequences ever devised for television, even the sight of the HTV logo is sufficient to induce a nostalgia rush.